With many goals, Milan defeated Frosinone 3-1

With many goals, Milan defeated Frosinone 3-1

On date 14 of the Italy – Serie A 2023-2024 tournament, Milan added three points to its scoreboard after winning 3-1 against Frosinone this Saturday. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Luka Jovic (42′ 1T), Christian Pulisic (4′ 2T) and Fikayo Tomori (28′ 2T). While the away goal was scored by Marco Brescianini (36′ 2T, free kick).

Christian Pulisic won the applause with his brilliant finish 4 minutes into the second half. After receiving an assist from Mike Maignan, the forward placed it in the goalkeeper’s left corner. Impossible for the archer!

Fikayo Tomori had a great performance. The Milan defender was important by scoring 1 goal and rejecting 4 dangerous balls.

Another player who had a great game was Mike Maignan. The Milan goalkeeper was the protagonist against Frosinone: he saved 3 shots.

The game was fought, but there were more infractions than the creation of fair play. There were 3 cautioned: Enzo Barrenechea, Luka Jovic and Stefano Pioli.

Milan coach Stefano Pioli presented a 4-3-3 tactical layout with Mike Maignan in goal; Davide Calabria, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernández and Alessandro Florenzi on the defensive line; Yunus Musah, Tijjani Reijnders and Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the middle; and Samuel Chukwueze, Luka Jovic and Christian Pulisic in attack.

For its part, Eusebio Di Francesco’s team came out with a 4-5-1 tactical layout with Stefano Turati between the three sticks; Ilario Monterisi, Caleb Okoli, Simone Romagnoli and Anthony Oyono on defense; Mehdi Bourabia, Enzo Barrenechea, Matías Soulé, Reinier and Arijon Ibrahimovic in the midfield; and Marvin Cuni up front.

Matteo Marchetti was the referee chosen for the match at the San Siro stadium.

On the next date, Milan will visit Atalanta and Frosinone will play at home against Torino.

In this way, the local team is in third place in the championship with 29 points, while the visiting team, with 18, is in eleventh place.

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